As stated in a previous post, there is so much to do in Christian Education ministries of the Church. The resources in the Christian Education Files Download provide some guidelines and other helps for some of the areas. I would like to re-frame these topics into questions to help Christian Educators evaluate their ministry. . . . Continue reading
In previous posts we determined that character education must be evaluated in light of of these questions:
What constitutes good character? – Is it defined by God’s character or self-determined?
How do we acquire these character traits? – Is it performance-based or developed as we grow in our relationship with God through His grace and power?
Finally, if we want to know if character education is a good thing, we must also ask, What is the ultimate purpose in developing good character? – Is it for . . . Continue reading
So far we have determined that in order for character education to be good, it must be based on an unchanging standard if we are going to maintain integrity and always have a point of reference. What constitutes good character? … that which is defined by God’s character, not self-determined
This point is essential but not enough to help us determine if character education is good. We must also ask: . . . Continue reading
In a previous post I posed three questions to be asked in order to determine if character education is a good thing. . . . Let’s begin by asking, What constitutes good character? Continue reading